Friday, April 22
The presidential delegation will consist of the husband of the president, Dr Devisingh Ramsingh Shekhawat, her son Rajendrasingh Shekhawat, daughter-in-law Manjari, daughter Mrs Jyoti Rathore and her two grandchildren
Tuesday, April 19
India is set to step up pressure on Mauritius to review its tax treaty with the country
Monday, April 18
Minister of Industry and Commerce seeks to develop Mauritius as an alternative to Asian economic giant China in the textile secto
Friday, March 25
Just over a week after the massive earthquake hit the sprawling Texas Instruments chip plant here, a gardener is reworking the Japanese garden in an inner courtyard of the office tower attached to the plant.
Thursday, March 17
"We had about six bookings for Mauritius till the earthquake hit Japan. Now four groups have opted out..."
Saturday, March 12
Radiation levels inside the plant had increased 1000 times above the norm
Friday, March 11
Companies including Sony Corp. And Toyota Motor Corp. halted output at plants after an 8.9- magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of Japan, damaging production facilities and causing power outages.
Thursday, March 10
Between 1991 and 2002, capital from Mauritius accounted for nearly 40% of India’s foreign direct investment. Yet while Indian, and increasingly Chinese, multinationals have used Mauritius for round-tripping purposes, it is also a gateway for those wishing to springboard into Africa.
Wednesday, March 09
Mauritius, a small island nation off the east coast of Africa, is neither particularly rich nor on its way to budgetary ruin. Nonetheless, it has spent the last decades successfully building a diverse economy, a democratic political system, and a strong social safety net. Many countries, not least the US, could learn from its experience.